Celtic Coinage in Britain

By (author) Jersey, Philip de

In the space of little more than a hundred years, from the Roman conquest of Gaul in the mid first century BC to the defeat of Boudicca in AD61, Britain saw the final and arguably the most impressive phase in the development of Celtic coinage. The coins are not only beautiful and attractive in their own right, but also extraordinarily useful evidence in our attempts to understand Celtic society at this period. This book provides a general introduction to Celtic coinage in Britain. It analyses how and why the coins were made, describing the most significant types and many of the more obscure varieties, and explaining how the coins and the images they carry can reveal information on the political, economic and social life of the Celts. The book is fully illustrated with some of the best examples of Celtic coinage and provides details of museums where coins can be seen, as well as suggestions for more detailed reading.

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[目次]

  • Coinage in Celtic society
  • Techniques of manufacture
  • The introduction of coinage to Britain
  • The first British coinages
  • Coinage south of the Thames
  • Coinage north of the Thames
  • The western periphery
  • The northern periphery
  • Further reading
  • Museums

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書名 Celtic Coinage in Britain
著作者等 Jersey, Philip de
シリーズ名 Shire Archaeology 72
出版元 Shire Publications Ltd
刊行年月 1998.01.03
版表示 2 Rev ed
ページ数 56p
大きさ H210 x W150
ISBN 9780747803256
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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